Marlins players were still raw last night about the death of their young star pitcher in a boat accident, someone very honored and loved especially in the Latino community (he was a Cuban refugee, lover of life and him being an ace was but part of his charm). He's an example, an elite one, of how baseball is not just about skill and winning, though that helps. Like, unlike some, I wasn't ready to hand-wave a loss last night. Cards helped by being dominated (again) by the Reds. Still, yes, a game is different from a life.